Florida coach Will Muschamp is in a considerably better mood these days. Maybe it’s his new assistants. Maybe it’s his new offensive scheme. Maybe it’s just a new year.
Kurt Roper’s lengthy interview at Florida must have been impressive.
Another quarterback is leaving Florida after the program’s first losing season since 1979.
Florida coach Will Muschamp seems to be cleaning house after the program’s first losing season since 1979.
A person familiar with the situation says Florida has fired offensive coordinator Brent Pease after the program’s first losing season since 1979.
Florida athletic director Jeremy Foley refuses to panic. Not after the worst loss in school history. Not after the first losing season since 1979. Not after missing a bowl game for the first time in 23 years. And not after a humbling loss to rival Florida State.
Florida running back Trey Burton won’t return against Florida State because of a shoulder injury.
Each season, at least one team will get decimated by the injury bug. This year it’s Florida and if there’s one thing the Gators have proven this year it’s that the backups are not anywhere near ready to be playing in the Southeastern Conference.
The frustration of Florida’s fading season was evident on coach Will Muschamp’s bandaged and bloodied right hand. The third-year Gators coach took questions after his team’s fifth-straight loss, a 19-14 defeat to No. 11 South Carolina on Saturday night, with two fingers bandaged and a third knuckle bloodied after he struck a chalk board at halftime.
Things are heading downhill in a hurry in Gainesville after the Florida Gators lost again to arch-rival Georgia, 23-20 Saturday evening. The loss dropped the Gators to 4-4 on the season and puts their backs against the wall to find two more victories to become bowl eligible for the 23rd consecutive year.